Art and science
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = AMS
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
File of articles relating to art and science, 1996-2005
File — Box CLX-A-1234: Series Coll-1461/2
Scope and Contents Contains: a draft of Hugo Vickers' obituary of art critic Stuart Preston; a photocopy of 'The Sciences and Arts Share a Common Creative Aesthetic' by Robert S. Root-Bernstein (published in The Elusive Synthesis: aesthetics and science ed. A.I. Tauber, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996), 'Learning to think with emotion' by Robert S. Root-Bernstein and Michele Root-Bernstein (Chronicle of Higher Education, 14 January 2000), 'Sensual Chemistry:...
Handwritten notes for lecture to the Newcastle school of cooking, and lecture to Stockton Grammar School, 21 Nov 1931
Scope and Contents The notes are brief in content, in some cases with just one word to remind Thomson to speak about a particular topic, and are written in a mixture of English, German, and French. The notes for Thomson's address to the Newcastle School of Cookery are titled Stoic & Epicurean, and contain references to science and art, stressing the importance of both. The lecture notes for Stockton Grammar school are untitled, referring to the German education...
Dates: 21 Nov 1931
Papers and artwork of Yolanda Sonnabend relating to her collaboration with C.H. Waddington
Scope and Contents Contains:
Partial typescript for 'Behind Appearance' by C.H. Waddington, titled here 'Modern Painting and the Sciences' , c.1965-1968
File — Box CLX-A-1234: Series Coll-1461/2, Box: data_value_missing_6f6d1fec07c60189d9aae4b48980ddfe, Box: data_value_missing_04bac42e942568bf270c3c35f34f94ff
Scope and Contents Contains: contents, preface, introduction, Chapter 1: The Geometrists; Chapter 2: The Magicians; Chapter 3: The Scientists; Chapter 5: Reactions and Continuations; Chapter 6 (untitled), Chapter titled 'New developments in the geometrising tradition' plus pages 7-43 of one untitled partial chapter.
The Food of the Gods, 27 Nov 1925
Scope and Contents Thomson begins by emphasising the vital role that school education plays in civilised society. He takes the title of his talk from the H G Wells novel, to which he makes reference. The food of the gods he alludes to is both science and art, and he stresses the importance of both to a balanced civilisation where the two are united by the mastery of language. Thomson praises the school for the opportunities it provides for its pupils and the benefits in turn...
Dates: 27 Nov 1925